# Reduce spacing between lines

I have alternating lines and texts. Example may be a sign-in sheet where there is a line on which a person sign and his name is written immediately below this line. The following code generate the desired output except the last entry. There is relatively more space between the line and the name. Is there a way to reduce that space between the last line and Dr. EEEEE.

  \vspace{1.5cm}
\line(1,0){300}\\
Dr. AAAAA\\
\vspace{1.1cm}
\line(1,0){300}\\
Dr. BBBBB\\
\vspace{1.1cm}
\line(1,0){300}\\
Dr. CCCCC  \\
\vspace{1.1cm}
\line(1,0){300}\\
Dr. DDDD \\
\vspace{1.1cm}
\line(1,0){300}\\
Dr. EEEEE


Thanks

you can use a tabular:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{array,ragged2e}
\def\HS{\rule[-1cm]{0pt}{1.1cm}}
\begin{document}

\begin{tabular}{@{} >{\Centering}b{300pt}}\hline
\HS  Dr. AAAAA\\\hline
\HS  Dr. BBBBB\\\hline
\HS  Dr. CCCCC\\\hline
\HS  Dr. DDDD \\\hline
Dr. EEEEE
\end{tabular}

\end{document}

You can adjust vertical spacing using vspace with negative argument as suggested here. Example:
\vspace{-\baselineskip}